"Amino Acid Motifs" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Three-dimensional protein structural elements that are composed of a combination of secondary structures. They include HELIX-LOOP-HELIX MOTIFS and ZINC FINGERS. Motifs are typically the most conserved regions of PROTEIN DOMAINS and are critical for domain function. However, the same motif may occur in proteins or enzymes with different functions.
|Amino Acid Motifs
- Amino Acid Motifs
- Amino Acid Motif
- Motif, Amino Acid
- Motifs, Amino Acid
- Protein Motifs
- Motif, Protein
- Motifs, Protein
- Protein Motif
Protein Structure, Supersecondary
- Protein Structure, Supersecondary
- Protein Structures, Supersecondary
- Supersecondary Protein Structures
- Supersecondary Protein Structure
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